From HPV to Covid-19: Personal stories power anti-vaccine misinformation
Groups that have historically criticized HPV vaccines are shifting their attention
Inside the origins of a conspiracy theory about Myanmar and China
How Chinese-language characters contributed to conspiracy theories about the coup in Myanmar.
Combating misinformation in under-resourced languages: lessons from around the world
The languages we speak greatly determine our access to reliable information and fact checks that debunk half-truths or false claims. A recent webinar by First Draft and Global Voices investigates how linguistic minorities can overcome this information inequality.
The 2020 rabbit hole: Why conspiracy theories draw people in
Baseless beliefs have become more popular globally, promising orderly answers to those experiencing confusion, isolation and grief in an upside-down world
The importance of local context in taking on misinformation: Lessons from AfricaCheck
Understanding the culture, conditions, and history of a community or place is vital to reporting on — and challenging — misinformation. A recent First Draft webinar tapped into the experiences of AfricaCheck to understand the role local context plays in misinformation.
Lessons on covering coronavirus misinformation from the fallout of 'Plandemic'
Experts weigh in on the viral conspiracy theory video illustrating how disinformation spreads in the ‘infodemic’
Coronavirus: Resources for reporters
A list of resources for journalists, including checklists, guides, links and the best reads from around the web
Coronavirus: Tools and guides for journalists
A selection of resources and tools from First Draft and others to help journalists reporting on misinformation.
Coronavirus: Responsible reporting and ethics
A collection of articles and reports on ethics and responsible reporting of the coronavirus.